Whilst we're on the topic of eyewear, I should mention MOSCOT Eyewear and Eyecare, which has been a New York City institution for nearly 100 years. We're big on the round-frame trend which has most recently been revived by the charming criminal John Dillinger played by Johnny Depp in Public Enemies (2009). Alongside a huge variety of other styles, MOSCOT Eyewear really nails this lens shape. Offering both prescription and sunglass frames, the lenses are also available in a few interesting shades; such as a toxic green.

You can go shopping online and even "try on" a pair or two in cyberspace.



There is something about a classic frame in a translucent acetate finish that screams out classic but edgey.

Mosley Tribes teamed up with Native Sons (along with their epic 3D look-book) to create these stunners:

Then you've got Retro Superfuture. They keep the ranges coming but stick with classis frames and quality feel. Their collaborations are unique and inspiring and their basics are sophisticated yet funky.

Saw a super cute girl in these the other day... elegant yet classic


Alexander (Lee) McQueen. Without question one of the best things to ever come out of the global fashion industry.
His collections will live forever.


i love pamela love

Jewellery designer PAMELA LOVE's intricate jewellery line has attracted a cult following, having graced the pages of international magazines and adorned the bodies of style's elite.

Pamela, who by the way is also a drummer in her spare time, also collaborated with Opening Ceremony to create a limited range inspired by the 2009 film 'Where the Wild Things Are.'

Beautiful pieces for both the boys and the girls. It's definitely love.